To obtain a commercial pilot’s licence a student pilot must successfully achieve various phases. We have, in fact, already talked about some of these, such as the night visual flight rules NVFR, but the student who wants to become a pilot must also meet some specific requirements.
Some of these are having at least 100 hours as pilot in command or PIC or the one we are addressing today, completing a 300 nautical miles cross country flight.
In this post, we tell you all about this well known and respected mission all pilots have to go through in their training.
- The 300 miles‘ cross-country flight, aka ’The 300 nm Triangulation’
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